Tag: web tools
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It's called Pubble (reminds me of the Flintstones, no?) and it's a simple way to add a real-time question-and-answer area to your website.
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You can use custom timelines in book reports, projects, and just about every other piece of coursework in K-12. These tools will help.
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As a former foreign-language teacher, I often look at the tools available to teachers now and wonder how my teaching might have been different if I had the same tools when I was teaching.
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Here's a useful list of the best web tools for flipped classrooms, complete with what each tool is and how teachers are using it right now!
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As a teacher, getting your students excited for test time can be a drag. The students don’t always know what to study or how much of the material will be covered, despite what you try to outline for them. Plus, it’s a lot of organization just to get things up and running.
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Lingle helps motivate learners, facilitates real world language learning and dramatically reduces class preparation time for teachers.
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Figuring out the biggest edtech trends is a great first step. We've taken it many times. Figuring out how teachers actually feel or care about those particular trends is a whole other story. A new infographic sheds li...
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This year we have high hopes that our players (education technology) will take us all the way to the postseason.
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From Khan Academy to Haiku Deck, there's more than a dozen apps and tools you should give a whirl this year.
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Blogging is a digital skill that every teacher and student should have. Its a great way to expand upon and share the learning that is happening both in and out of the classroom, and to engage students in ongoing discussion on the subjects that they're learning about.
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There's a lot of information out there on the interwebs. (See also: understatement of the year). Among all of that information, there's good stuff and lousy stuff, and among it, lots of stuff that you can use in your classroom assignments and activities, right?
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If you love charts and organizing information, listen up. Here's how you can create your own venn diagrams. How nifty!
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Whether or not you prescribe to the idea that there are different types of learners there are some scenarios in which a visual explanation is extremely helpful in understanding the subject matter at hand.
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Professional development is one of the most ignore but important parts of growing as a teacher. Here are a few free professional development web tools to try!
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The Common Core Standards may not be entirely popular among teachers in the US, but like it or not, they're here and probably will be for some time (at least in some iteration of their current form). Many teachers are figuring out how to integrate some of the awesome technology tools they have while still hitting the mark on teaching the things students will need to know to meet the Common Core Standards.
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More than 500 learning professionals took part in voting for their favorite tools, apps, and learning resources. What follows is a useful guide for any teacher looking to learn about new resources, be reminded about some of the more popular, or perhaps just see what others are using in classrooms and online learning.